With the release of the Korean poster of the fourth part of the Matrix series 'The Matrix Resurrections', the buzz about actress Priyanka Chopra's role in the movie has once again picked up momentum. With the poster coming out, it is clear that the headlines that have been going on for some time now were correct. Priyanka is set to be seen playing the role of Sati in the fourth part of the Matrix. Priyanka's role in the movie which releases on December 22 has her fans very happy. It is learnt that 'The Matrix' was released in the year 1999, the first part of the 'Matrix' franchise. The second part 'The Matrix Reloaded' was released in May 2003 and the third 'The Matrix Revolution' in November 2003. Fans are now waiting for the fourth part of this science fiction. So let's know some interesting things related to Matrix 4.
Warner Bros Korea shared a poster of the movie on Instagram on December 1, 2021, featuring Priyanka Chopra. The poster also mentions the name of the movie and priyanka's role in Korean. The character of Ram Kandra and Kamala's daughter Sati was added to the movie without any purpose. He is a sign of love for both of them. According to media reports, this is the first movie in the Matrix series directed by Lana Wachavoski alone. Lana has directed the three earlier parts along with her sister Lily Wachavoski. The fourth part of the Matrix will see old artists as well as some new faces. It will also features Kianu Reves, Carrie Ann Moss and Jada Pinket Smith. Along with this, Yamaha Abdul Mateen 2, Jessica Henwick, Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff, Toby Onwumeyer, Max Remelt, Andrea Ibarra, Priyanka Chopra, Andrew Cadwell, Brian J Smith, Ellen Hallman and Christina Ricky will also be seen in the movie.
It will also be the first time that don Davis Is going to score a movie in Matrix. According to Warner Bros. the movie is scoring this time with Johnny Climek and Tom Tikver. the world premiere of The Matrix Resurrections will be held in San Francisco on December 18 followed by its release in cinemas around the world on December 22.